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Here’s a breakdown of the snap counts from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 34-13 win over the New York Giants in Week 6 of the 2018 NFL season.OFFENSEKudos to Lane Johnson for toughing out his high ankle sprain. Thankfully the Eagles were able to give him some rest late in the game thanks to building a big lead. Wendell Smallwood took the bulk of running back snaps. He finished the game with 18 carries for 51 yards (2.8 average) and one reception for zero yards. He also was very fortunate to recover the ball he fumbled. Prior to the game http://www.eagleslockerroom.com/authentic-haloti-ngata-jersey , Erin Andrews said she was told Corey Clement was going to be on a “pitch count.” His workload was indeed a little limited as he only saw 11 carries for 43 yards (3.9 average) and one touchdown as a runner. Clement did have three receptions for 26 yards. Moving forward, hopefully he’s healthy enough to get more playing time than Smallwood. Jason Peters had to leave the game early with a biceps injury. Reports indicate he might be able to play through it. With Peters leaving the game, Halapoulivaati Vaitai came in to take his place. Dallas Goedert’s playing time dropped from the 59% he saw in Week 5. The rookie tight end caught his sole target for a seven yard reception.Jordan Matthews is WR3. He had a pair of new first down conversions.Stefen Wisniewski entered the game at left guard when Peters and Johnson were both out. Isaac Seumalo shifted over to right tackle. Shelton Gibson had one reception for 48 yards during the nine snaps he played against the Vikings in Week 5. Despite this, his playing time decreased against New York. I’d like to see DeAndre Carter continue to get mixed into the offense on ocassion. He’s earned some playing time. Chance Warmack played his first snap of the season as an extra tackle in a heavy set. His $2 million cap hit is finally justified. (Not.) DEFENSEAvonte Maddox played the entire game. He started out at safety once again but Sidney Jones going down with a hamstring forced him to also play the slot with Rasul Douglas filling in on the back end. For the second week in a row, Maddox saved a touchdown by chasing down a big play. Interesting to see Michael Bennett and Chris Long playing the most snaps at defensive end. It looks like Derek Barnett’s workload was a little limited as he played in his first game back from injury. It was interesting to see Douglas get playing time at safety over the likes of Tre Sullivan and Deiondre’ Hall. The Eagles coaching staff has been very adamant that Douglas is not a safety. Their reluctance to move him there showed when he took a bad angle on Saquon Barkley’s long touchdown run. The Eagles actually got some production out of their non-Fletcher Cox defensive tackles for once. Destiny Vaeao had one tackle, one sack, one tackle for loss Womens Nate Gerry Jersey , and one quarterback hit. Treyvon Hester had two tackles and a quarterback hit. Playing against the Giants’ offensive line helped them, of course.Kamu Grugier-Hill made the most of his limited playing time by picking off Eli Manning’s deflected pass (via Jordan Hicks). Kamu was also credited with one tackle and a pass defensed. Still missing Mychal Kendricks?Josh Sweat saw some snaps towards the end of the game.Tre Sullivan got some playing time at safety when Jalen Mills had to come out for a few plays and Douglas shifted back down to cornerback. SPECIAL TEAMSJoshua Perkins played the most special teams snaps of any player at 88%.Josh Adams didn’t manage to get any offensive snaps despite the fact the Eagles were down to just three running backs and one of them (Clement) was on a pitch count.DID NOT PLAYINACTIVE: Darren Sproles, Corey Graham, Haloti Ngata, Nathan Gerry, D.J. Alexander, Jordan Mailata Youth Brandon Graham Jerseys , Matt PryorACTIVE: Nick Foles, Nate Sudfeld Looking at how Philadelphia’s roster is shaping up."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Eagles StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Eagles NewsYahoo Eagles Team PageYahoo Eagles ReportYahoo Eagles Depth ChartYahoo Eagles TransactionsYahoo Eagles PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Eagles depth chart following the 2019 NFL Draft: Offense edition New,78commentsLooking at how Philadelphia’s roster is shaping up.EDTShareTweetShareShareEagles depth chart following the 2019 NFL Draft: Offense edition Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY SportsThe Philadelphia Eagles acquired a total of five new players from the 2019 NFL Draft. The team also signed 11 undrafted rookie free agents. Now let’s take a look at what the team’s 2019 projected depth chart looks like with respect to these offseason additions. We’ll start with the offense today before moving on to defense and special teams. (For fun, look at how the roster looks compared to last year at this time.)QUARTERBACK1 - Carson Wentz2 - Nate Sudfeld3 - Clayton Thorson4 - Cody KesslerWentz is poised to have a great season if he can just stay healthy. Here’s hoping he will because the Eagles will only go as far as No. 11 takes them. Sudfeld has big shoes to fill as Nick Foles’ replacement. He’s shown some positive flashes in limited action but is still largely unproven. Thorson seems like the favorite for the No. 3 job since the Eagles used a fifth-round pick to bring him in as a developmental passer. Kessler will theoretically push Sudfeld and Thorson for the No. 2 and No. 3 posts. RUNNING BACK1 - Jordan Howard2 - Miles Sanders3 - Corey Clement4 - Wendell Smallwood5 - Josh Adams6 - Boston Scott7 - Donnel PumphreyIt’ll be interesting to see how the Eagles split backfield touches this season. Sanders has potential to overtake Howard at some point but the veteran won’t go down without a fight as he enters an important contract year. Clement needs to bounce back after looking like a shell of his 2017 self in 2018. Smallwood is probably going to be on the roster until the end of time. Adams, Scott, and Pumphrey will all try to unseat Smallwood for the fourth running back job. Scott’s return ability could give him the best chance of emerging from that group. Another thing to consider here: do the Eagles re-sign Darren Sproles at some point?WIDE RECEIVER1 - Alshon Jeffery2 - DeSean Jackson3 - Nelson Agholor4 - Mack Hollins5 - JJ Arcega-Whiteside6 - Shelton Gibson7 - Braxton Miller8 - Charles Johnson9 - Dorren Miller10 - Greg Ward11 - Marken Michel12 - Carlton Agudosi13 - DeAndre ThompkinsJeffery, Jackson Brandon Graham Jerseys Stitched , and Agholor combine to form the league’s most expensive starting receiver corps in terms of 2019 cap space. Jeffery and Agholor should resume their previous roles while Jackson brings a new element of speed to the offense. Hollins returns after essentially disappearing off the face of the planet in 2018. It’s unclear if he’ll ever be much of an offensive contributor but his special teams chops should earn him a roster spot. JJAW could see the field ahead of Hollins, especially when the Eagles are in the red zone. Gibson seemingly made some progress last summer but it wasn’t good enough to ever get playing time. Braxton Miller will push for a role as Agholor’s backup in the slot. Johnson, Dorren Miller, Ward, Michel, Agudosi, and Thompkins are likely battling for a sixth spot at best. Thompkins has return ability going for him.TIGHT END1 - Zach Ertz2 - Dallas Goedert3 - Richard Rodgers4 - Joshua Perkins5 - Will TyeErtz and Goedert should combine to form the league’s best tight end duo. Hopefully Doug Pederson is being honest when he says the team plans to utilize more 12 personnel in 2019. Rodgers is a solid third tight end who also serves as the team’s emergency long snapper. Perkins and Tye are camp bodies. OFFENSIVE TACKLE1 - Jason Peters2 - Lane Johnson3 - Halapoulivaati Vaitai4 - Andre Dillard5 - Jordan Mailata6 - Ryan Bates7 - Tyreek BurwellPeters and Johnson will continue to start at left and right tackle Youth Rodney McLeod Jerseys , respectively. Peters is 37 so there’s reason to be concerned about how he’ll hold up. On the flip side, he’s going to be two years removed from his ACL tear. Dillard’s potential is obviously exciting but the coaching staff probably trusts Vaitai more to be the swing tackle right now. That could change during the season. Mailata is in position to develop for another year, which is appropriate for a guy who only played his first football game EVER last August. The Eagles are listing Bates at tackle and he lined up at RT in rookie minicamp but he can also play at guard/center. Burwell is a camp body.OFFENSIVE GUARD1 - Brandon Brooks2 - Isaac Seumalo3 - Stefen Wisniewski4 - Matt Pryor5 - Nate Herbig6 - Sua OpetaIt’s unclear when Brooks will be ready to play in 2019. He seems to be making good progress in his Achilles recovery. If Brooks can’t start by Week 1, the Eagles will have the winner of the Wis/Pryor battle fill in. Seumalo will start at left guard after receiving a contract extension this offseason. Herbig, Opeta, and the aforementioned Bates will try to push for a spot on the roster or practice squad.CENTER1 - Jason Kelce2 - Anthony Fabiano3 - Keegan RenderKelce returns to Philly after pondering retirement. There’s reason to believe he can turn in another All Pro season if age doesn’t catch up to the 31-year-old. Wis is Kelce’s true backup and Seumalo can play center as well. Fabiano and Render aren’t likely to make the roster but one could stick on the practice squad.
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